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Environmental Issues And Concerns For Smart City


  • Wei Meng


Smart City is the use of information and communication technology to sense, analyze and integrate key information of the core system of urban operation, thus meeting various needs including people's livelihood, environmental protection, public safety, urban services, industrial and commercial activities. Make a smart response. Its essence is to use advanced information technology to realize the intelligent management and operation of the city, thereby creating a better life for the people in the city and promoting the harmonious and sustainable growth of the city. Smart cities are the ultimate development of modern cities. In the historical context of increased pressure on land use in modern cities and traffic congestion, developing smart cities is the best choice for solving these problems. However, the construction of smart cities itself is also facing many problems. This paper explores these issues and proposes corresponding solution. Key Words:paradigm shift, higher education, challenges in education Policy

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  • Wei Meng, 2018. "Environmental Issues And Concerns For Smart City," Working papers 2018-27-09, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2018-27-09

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